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have open following the accident that happened just before 5:00 this morning. we want to start this morning and the traffic center. >> all lanes are open but the back of continues to grow on the nimitz freeway in the southbound direction. at the time that the accident cleared, the backup reached a decoder road, the turnout for the dumbarton bridge. it is now back up to elver rabbo niles road in union city on the southbound side of the nimitz freeway. i expected to continue to grow a while longer even though all lanes are open and traffic is moving past the scene. updated drive times, 48 minutes. that is to get from hayward down to mission boulevard. from 92 in milpitas to mission boulevard is the drive time. nearly 50 minutes on 880 southbound. that should be
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about an 18 to 20 minutes drive time. your trip across the dumbarton bridge would be much easier this morning. >> we are waking up to some showers here is a live look at storm tracker 4. they are scattered around the bay area, highway 1 01 to the golden gate bridge you will need to use your windshield wipers. it looks like we have some more shower activity approaching the coast line. take a look at the san ramon valley, interstate 680 completely under the green. off and on showers will continue throughout the day but most of the rain tapers off.
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we're expecting up boards of 2 in. to fall and accumulate in the north bay hills. about 1/4 of an edge for the east bay. we have a full report coming up next. >> a developing story out of sampras's go there has been a home invasion and the city's debuted district. jackie sissel is on the same. >> you can see police and investigators remained out here on the scene of his home invasion robbery that sent two victims to hospital with gunshot wounds. also one of the suspects to the hospital with gunshot wounds. according to the san francisco police department around 230 this morning people inside the home on the hundred block of elmira, to adults to children up a man and woman and two children were awoken by three adult black males that entered the home. a
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struggle ensued and the two adults inside of the home were shot by the suspects. the woman was transported to a local hospital with critical injuries. the man was transported with not life-threatening injuries. the third person shot was one of the suspects. they say that somehow his gun was turned against them and he was shot. he was taken in critical condition to a local hospital. at a chance to talk to the san francisco police department earlier this morning and the public relations officer describes the scene in the house. >> one of the victims and the house somehow got a hold of the gun and shot the suspect. his >> his gun? >> yes his own gun. one of the people is in critical condition as well. >> any believe there are other people? >> it yes. it was reported
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that there were three people. >> as the sergeant said, two of the suspects are still outstanding. there were four people inside that home, up to adults to children. the children were not injured and this attack which is good news. they have been taken into protective custody at this point. the big question is why this house? this is an industrial area with lots of warehouses and businesses in this area. there's not a lot of homes. this song was a converted warehouse. they believe that this foam was specifically targeted the they will not say why. >> how old are these two children? >> they won't say. they have not given us any report on the age of the children but they do say that they were not injured which is good news. >> in san francisco's bruno
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heights neighborhood a man was shot and killed early this morning. gun shots were heard shortly after midnight and 900 block of ellsworth street. police and fire crews on a man in his 20s with a gunshot wound to his chest. that man was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later. so far, no suspects have been arrested. >> we are again watching the supreme court closely as the justices may issue a ruling on the proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. we are also watching san francisco's city hall where city leaders are also waiting for ruling. will tran is live outside of sampras's go city hall. >> all is quiet right now at san francisco city hall. should there be a ruling one way or another the san francisco district attorney will come out here and we will carry it to you live as
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it happens. he said if prop 8 has been overturned and he has been fighting for years to get that overturned that same-sex marriages could happen in san francisco as well as the rest of california within 25 days if the justices decide to overturn the entire system. within three to four weeks as far as ever and cisco is concerned. the longer it takes, this is the third or fourth session that we have been waiting to hear from the justices. so far, at least the first couple of minutes of them opening their business so to speak they have not issued a ruling. i asked if it is go are bad for the longer that it takes for either side and he told me that he just did not know. there is no way to tell. we believe there is a good chance he will wait until thursday because this is such a landmark case that they will wait to the very last moment to spend as much
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time as they possibly can to deliberate this case. it there is a ruling, of course will begin in give you the very latest. >> at the end of the session they heard, and prop 8 arguments -- doma right now just one release from the supreme court this morning. >> the other bit of drama that we are following is the situation with bart and its union workers. they will be voting today on whether to authorize a strike. they have a strike vote set for today. bart managers and our workers are at odds about a series of issues. many are so serious that some union members are predicting a strike could be just days away. one major issue focuses on overtime and management claims that some
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workers are exploiting the system. bart's bost spokesperson explains >> our current system promotes absenteeism because they get overtime without actually working. did they call in sick or not show up and then they come and pick someone else is shipped out on their day off and they get double time for the second day. >> it is costing bart about $30 million a year to pay out over time monday that could be going towards a better use. a live look at the golden gate bridge and the deck is certainly wet. rain is coming down right now, erica will have an update on the forecast coming up at 7:15 a.m..
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>> welcome back, a developing story that we're following right now, at u.s. officials are increasing pressure on moscow to hand over edwards snowden the former u.s. government contractor who leaked secret surveillance programs. snowden is still believed to be in russia after he did not show for a flight from moscow to cuba on monday. it is believed snowden wants to go to ecuador where he has
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asked the country for asylum. >> former secretary of state hillary clinton says she is extremely disappointed with china's decision to allow edwards snowden to leave hong kong despite a u.s. request to arrest him. speaking in las angeles yesterday, clinton says snow and exit set a bad precedent that could unravel extradition treaties or other legal agreements between countries. her comments echoed criticism from the white house that hong kong's refusal to detained snowden had unquestionably it damaged relations with china. >> firefighters in colorado are hoping for a break and the strong winds that are hampering their efforts. nearly 1000 firefighters are battling a blaze that stretched 117 square miles. winds that gusted to 50 mi. an hour, limiting where tankers and helicopters been dropped retardant and water. the wildfire is a
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combination of three fires in southwest colorado. no structures have been lost but hundreds of people were forced to evacuate. >> 7:12 a.m. and we'll be back with more in a couple of minutes. a live look at the walnut creek traffic. you can see we have a slowdown and also is hard to see because visibility is not great, it is rankling a little bit. we'll be back with a drive times in hot spots.
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>> michael yaki is joining us, if you have been watching >> the last opinion issued, the way the court issues opinions and cases, the chief justice is always give the very last opinion. the likelihood of an opinion coming down on prop 8 and doma would have been written probably by joseph kennedy. we now have tomorrow i guess to look forward to. >> is it just prop 8 and doma left? >> up there is one other
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small case left. it is very much a political animal. they like the press and understand how this works. today is a bad day for civil rights for people who have kids. they struck down a section of the voting rights act which has been sort of a core part of how the voting rights are implemented in the deep south since 1965. counties saying the world has changed, we do not need to be scrutinized by the federal government as much anymore. at the same time, voting rights violations continue to occur. this made it easy for the federal government to catch them and make changes. taking this out basically means that any challenge would be very long and drawn-out litigation process. it does not mean that changes can't happen but instead it is the ease of doing it has basically been wiped out. >> why we are still waiting for a decision on prop 8 and will continue to do so for
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the next couple of days probably, let's talk a little bit about your take on what's going on right now with the new " from hillary clinton. she said this is bad for relations. they have the whole extradition and not charging him, where you see things moving bear? >> the most important issue right now is trying to figure out where he is. the more that we can not find him, the more ambase it bears think quite frankly it iand there is sayin embarrassiny it is. the real issue and one that i wrote about two weeks ago, i think that there's a difference between someone who wants to say i'm trying to prevent gross
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domestic surveillance on ours sinc citizens but he is saying i know what any surveillance anywhere which is where he was going with that. if he has documents that talked about how operations overseas which apparently he doesn't have, that is something that is making everyone in the cia and and as a crazy. anyone that cares about commenting terrorism from abroad here should be given some pause. he's edging or more and sue be area of the defector to trader. it's one thing is that one blow the whistle. is another thing to say here's some documents that you may be interested in and
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out canada. >> this is a debacle on so many levels. thank you for joining us michael yaki. we will be on standby this morning. >> the nimitz is still a problem on 880 southbound. the fatal accident that caused this back up in fremont at stevenson boulevard is now clear i am all lanes are now open up the back of continues to grow. drive times 50 minutes a measure from 92 down to mission boulevard. you can now see the back of breaches all the way to highway 92. it is starting to back up a bit beyond and the southbound direction. it is a real nightmare commute here in the east bay for at 880 southbound. this accident occurred just before 5:00 this morning and managed to block all but one lane southbound for nearly
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two hours. it is a real mess here for the nimitz freeway. i will take in the measure anyway weekend in order to avoid it. i am even recommending the bayshore freeway in lieu of the nimitz freeway. >> we have eight other east store freeway back up. the east shore freeway ride is at 30 minutes plus another 23 minutes if you are coming from the east shore freeway from the bay bridge. you're looking at a nearly hour drive time and two san francisco. we're back up all the way to highway 24 and the macarthur maze. big backups for the bay bridge ride and long drive times this morning. the san mateo bridge, highway 92 the roads are smooth and problem free here. the ride to the golden
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gate bridge is a very smooth one this morning with no problems (at southbound. >> taking a closer look at the golden gate bridge ride, i am seen the wind chill wipers go back and forth. additionally radar is showing a lot of wet weather out there, most of it in the north bay. the south bay is not currently affected. zooming in to see where it is raining, highway 1 01 right around sambar fell for those of you have it over the richmond sam revell bridge. you can see, i want to take a look at some of the rainfall rates. trace amounts falling right now. it is steady, just really night lig like in nature. satels of the bigger picture and you can see the size of the system and compare to the state. you can also notice the direction of the showers. they're moving in
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the northeast direction kind of shooting upwards this morning. we really have not dealt with heavy precipitation but that could definitely be the case later on today. cloud cover will stick around. in terms of rainfall totals over the past 24 hours, we a seen varying amounts. most of the rain and the north bay will accumulate more than a half inch. trace amounts and livermore as well as mountain view. future cast four, walking you through the rain. and at 9:00 hour, areas of yellow on your screen indicating moderate to heavy rain approaching. but in the clock into motion, the yellow six north of the golden gate bridge debt is indicating we were see heavier downpours in the late morning hours. it'll be a cloudy cool day around the bay area. showers will start to the broth into the afternoon but wet weather could potentially stick around till later on tonight. don't raid will taper off and then it will
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be out of here. 7 day around the bay warmer weather on the way, and '90s and the forecast as we head into the weekend. low 90s in land and we will continue to see the temperatures climb as we start the next workweek. >> a live look from stamford fla. inside the courtroom and they to of the georgia zimmerman murder trial. prosecutors as some of the costs of the police that were made in the past by george zimmerman should be presented to jurors as second-degree murder trial. but prosecutors says the half-dozen calls are central to the prosecution's argument that he committed second degree murder, since it shows it's state of mind. he says it provides context to his fatal encounter with 17 year-old trayvon martin. zimmerman is pleading not guilty, claiming self- defense. his defense attorney says the calls are irrelevant and should not be introduced. >> 7:24 a.m. and we'll be
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>> the big problems on the nimitz freeway are finally starting to clear up a bit. the drive times have been dropping dramatically on the nimitz freeway southbound. all lanes are open now and for nearly two hours we had
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all but shut down the southbound freeway. this fatal accident cleared sometime ago. now that all lanes are open, we do see things moving. traffic is still backing up leading out of hayward and to union city. the drive times have been cut nearly in half, up 28 minutes instead of the 50 minutes and the southbound direction. we are jammed up getting to the bay bridge this morning. westbound interstate 80, a major drive that left 33 minutes from hercules to berkeley. the backups at the bay bridge are over 30 minutes out of the macarthur maze. there is flooding eastbound on interstate 580 at harbor way backing up the right coming from the richmond san revell bridge. even the 880 approach is low this morning. that is a 20 minute commute time from the beginning of the back up into san francisco. >> cloudy conditions around
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the bay area but it looks like shower activity is starting to taper off. you can see some light rain over the richmond san rafael bridge, at least the western end of it. showers continue on highway 1 01 but you are drying up approach the golden gate bridge. the east shore freeway looks like dry conditions there albany and the macarthur maze. sours of a very light nature, a pretty steady for portions of highway four out of antioch. it is already slowing down a very slow ride. martinez has some light rain but it is currently dry through the san ramon valley. because of all this, we have delays at as f o averaging at three hours and 30 minutes. i will walk keep your future cast four and talk about rainfall totals in my next report. >> to our developing story out of san francisco, there has been a violent home
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invasion and the city's bay view district. jackie sissel a is on the scene. bring us up to speed on the latest in what happened this morning? >> the investigators and police are still out here on the scene of the hundred block of elmira. a violent home invasion robbery said three people to the house will including one of the suspects. according to the salmon's as the police department around 230 this morning, four people inside bomb on elvira were woken up by three men who entered their home. at some point there was a struggle and the two adults inside the home were shot. a man and a woman, the woman was transferred to the house spoke with life threatening injuries. the man was transferred there would not life-threatening injuries. here is the swiss, according to the police of the third victim was one of the suspects. apparently one of
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the suspecvictims in this case turned the gun on him. he was taken to the house vote would not life-threatening injuries. there were four people inside the somme during this invasion, two of them were children. those children suffered no injuries. they have been taken into protective custody. the question is why does tom? police say they believe this house was targeted. three people entered this song, one of them was shot and taken to a local hospital and the other to manage to get away. police are still trying to track those two suspects that down. right now, there are still a lot of questions out here and not a lot of answers. three people in the hospital, to with life- threatening injuries, one of them was the suspect. >> of leading make progress on that finding the other two suspects. >> the latest on bart and
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hundreds of thousands of commuters are wondering if there's going to be a strike. will tran reports from the embarcadero bart station. >> potentially hundreds of bart riders will be affected as well as other people. it they will not to be on the trades but they will be on the roadways and clog up the entire transportation system. but they represent more thathousandf employees. then all the sudden, they bring out workers' safety. executives say let's face it, this is all about money. bart employees when a 5 percent pay raise and the executives say all they can afford is a 1 percent pay raise. it they should about to pass today to allow an
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authorization to strike, easily in the past the bart agency gets a three day heads up from the union that they plan to go on strike. this will not happen suddenly. already, but bart transportation authorities are warning people to brace for monday for the possibility of a strike. go ahead and start to make some back up plans. >> in oakland, two suspecteman suspected in a drive-by shooting they killed a three year-old boy nearly two years ago are scheduled to be in court today. lawrence denard and that willie torrence ideas in the murder of carlos nava. investigators believe
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denard, was the suitor and torrence the alleged driver. >> it was just really really bad smoke. the fire house was over here and they came really quick and it took awhile to get them back in the building. they actually drag him out. he was bird. >> the man inside the burning house suffered from lyrebirds is smoke inhalation. he was taken to hospital and the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> after dropping 140 points yesterday, we are down to 48 today. home prices rise at
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1.6% in the month of april. things like washers and dryers were up 3% of the month of mayberry all the factors coming together to lead to a rise on wall street with the dow up 70 at 14,730. apple stock was at 7 05 last september. >> 7:38 a.m. and we will take a break. i live look outside from our james lick freeway camera. this portion of the city is drying out somewhat. we are still tracking showers better scattered across the bay.
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>> more u.s. borrowers fell behind on their auto loan payments and the first three months of the year. we're reporting agency transit union says the rate of auto loan payments late by 60 days or more rose in the first quarter. be at stake and all alone delete c rate reflects increased lending to sub brand are worse, or those with less than sterling credit. some prime borrowers accounted for 15 percent of all u.s. auto loans for the quarter, unchanged from a year earlier.
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>> welcome back, we continue to track hot spots this morning. let's start with the east shore freeway at interstate 80 in your westbound ride. 36 minutes drive times from hercules to berkeley. a big bay bridge backup which reaches into the macarthur maze. in richmond on interstate 580 there is flooding coming from the richmond stammer fell bridge back down toward the macarthur maze. the left lane as set down at harbor. there's an end to the year at the off ramp from westbound 24 that is backing
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up traffic onto the freeway. it is starting to slow the rise coming from lafayette and the westbound direction. there is a possible light pole blocking a couple of lanes of the orenda off ramp. the bay bridge is a big back up, over 30 minutes drive times are the macarthur maze. 20 minutes from the nimitz freeway very slow for the westbound bay bridge ride. this them as a bridge right, we're not looking at any major problems. 13 to 40 minutes drive times across the span. the golden gate bridge is still eight smoke commute here. >> storm tracker 4 starting to quiet down still pretty
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steady in spots. the peninsula ride interstate 280 and forces of highway one. for those of you had to millbrae and running game, light rain is going with you. all the green indicates that light rain. the yellow indicates the moderate to heavy rain. showers throughout the day, it will pick up and intensity by 11:00 a.m. today. the golden gate bridge, you'll definitely need those windshield wipers. he was the shower activity will really start to taper off into the evening hours. dry and sunny weather is ahead of us. >> well a lot of fans and
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players are saving their beards and this morning. >> the high seas season is over. >> it was like a blur and then at one moment you think the bruins are going to win and the next thing you know it's over and the blackhawks when it. >> i was watching it at home and i was thinking all right, get at the card will have to go back to crime. i get back and all the sudden, boston is up to one and then chicago wins. i was caught totally off-guard. >> even the players themselves said it was a blur. when does that happen? i feel for the bruins. it was an exciting series the whole way back and forth. >> that is one of those things were you know the concentration level has to be high. you're not taking
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anything for granted with one minute and 16 seconds left. the best team won. >> i guess they did. if you lost, you shave the beard, d said it no matter? do you hold on to the beard for the next season if you are the black hawks? >> i am not an expert on playoff hockey beards. i do not want to shock you but i don't know. >> with the giants i'm always saying, please do something. maybe they should all just save their heads or something or try pitching. >> right now they are and fourth place. the one deal the giants have to hang on to and they have a lot of injuries and no one from their division is going crazy. everyone is playing roughly the same which is
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mediocre. >> it was fun to watch but we don't want this to go on. there is a tent game road trip and i am already saying don't make me turn this car >> you have reached the panic stage would won that game. >> he goes for surgery today, that could be the whole c >> if they happen to lose a seventh, how will your life be affected? >> events if you are on vacation. if you are on vacation, you are dead to me. if i am working, i have to care.
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>> i love it when people say things like i will die if they lose it so get your papers in order to izzard going to die. >> this was a shocker. this was a french open champion going down in the first round of wimbledon. >> as you know, i there's a difference in the service but to get knocked out in the first round, talked about concentration maybe wasn't there. >> thought you could tell there was something wrong. maybe an injury. he was saying i'm not going to talk about injuries, i did not make it, i'm not going to make an excuse. >> he is in a hurry to go on vacation. when you are that
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much better than your upon it than that is a vacation him. >my life will never be the same. >> up mind either. i'm not going to set foot on the grass. >> i thought you were a golfer though? >> the grass has to be very short for me. from the french open to this friend's mother. have you heard this story? the prince mom dressed up as a kid so she did take the test for her daughter. >> that is love. >> you can help with homework but she is a 52 year old woman that dresses with some genes and some converse. she goes to dig deep as 80. she goes in and start taking the test. this
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is a big deal, it is like there as 80. they let her take it for two hours. they were like a hold on the second, i remember this girl's name and this is not that grow. she was going to pass apparently. this is something i help mike get a little with hallmark, i'm sure you do but to take the test is the ultimate. >> what happened? as she takes the test and she gets caught what happens to the girl? >> the girl may not be able to take this test now that they have ousted her from the whole system for like five years. >> she was in college? >> yes. her mom said especially on the english ports and she wanted to help were. they pulled her out and they waited a couple of hours to arrest her. she is probably thinking as she aced the test. >> if the mother is not, then she is not. it suggests that i love my daughter so
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much i will do anything to try to get her and, that is loved. >> if your kid can pass the test, you can't pass the test. >> i want to get her out of the house so bad i will take the test for her? >> that is a good a reason. (laughter) i have vacation coming up will talk about later. >> that's what the people at home once a year, that about your vacation. i'm sending a car. >> i will meet you later. crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source.
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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> top stories that we're following on this tuesday june 25th, the supreme court did not issue a ruling on proposition 8. we know when it is coming though, we will tell you coming up. >> of island night in san francisco that left one person dead and two others injured. bart union workers are building this morning as to whether not to authorize a strike. we will not take a
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look at how some workers are using this system. >> we are my train release of traffic for the east bay and especially the east shore freeway and the ride coming from hercules to berkeley with a backup beginning here even before highway 4 and westbound direction. drive times are over 30 minutes. the commute on 580 westbound as low through richmond would flooding at harbert way. it blocked the left-hand lane. they're trying to pick some of that up. westbound highway 24 at orenda, an act that not a light pole on to the off ramp and is backing up the traffic coming out of walnut creek westbound on 24 southbound on interstate 680. the ride to the macarthur maze is excruciatingly slow this morning. heavy traffic on all three approaches from the nimitz, the maze and the
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east shore freeway. drive times are over 20 minutes. >> we're starting off with a live look at storm tracker 4. light rain but it is really starting to taper off. if you showers exiting south at city but more approaching city one and the pacific coast line. the lower half of the peninsula, take a look at the east bay shoreline. showering activity approaching the nimitz freeway and that is also where we are seeing some heavy traffic. aside from that, drier weather. expect scattered off and on showers through out the day. later on tonight, we could accumulate upwards of 2 in. and the north bay hills. a quarter of an edge for the east bay. we could set some rainfall records when this is all said and done. i have a full look at your future cast four coming up in my next report. >> we're in a news room following the latest with the supreme court at looks
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like we will have to wait one more day to get the ruling on proposition 8. the justices have three cases remaining, prop 8 and the defense of marriage act being two of them. two possible outcomes of the supreme court ruling on prop 8. this symbol is outcome is that prop 8 is declared unconstitutional which means gay marriages legal nationwide. is that scenario, prop 8 is rejected on more narrow grounds, which means that gay marriages are legal only in california. the third outcome is that prop 8 is upheld and it would then take a boater initiative to overturn the proposition. at the fourth and final scenario, that the one some court watchers consider the most likely is this the court ruled that the group defending proposition 8 had no legal standing to do so which means that the lower court's ruling stands and prop 8 is declared unconstitutional. he did
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send year to kron4 as we continue to fall the latest out washington with the supreme court rulings. the prop 8 ruling comes down tomorrow morning just after 7. we will have a team coverage from san francisco and through out the bay area including legal analyst on the ruling. we'll also be providing updates on our 247 @ bay area news channel, kron4 .com as well as our facebook and twitter feeds. >> a divided supreme court strikes down a key provision of the landmark of voting rights act of this morning. in a five the four ruling the justices said a section of the act cannot be enforced until congress comes up with a new way of determining which states require close federal monitoring of elections. the court did not strike down the advance part approval requirement of the law that has been used to open polling places to minority voters since 1965. the justices said that the law
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congress most recently renewed in 2006 relies on a 40 year-old data that does not reflect racial progress and changes in the u.s. society. >> police are still on the 100 block of elmira after this violent, and agent robbery went bad sending two people to the hospital. including a suspect. around 230 last night, for people inside the home on elmira, two adults and two children were worked out by three men who entered the home. date injured and struck the two adults the victims inside of a home. they were hit by gunfire. the woman was transferred to san francisco general hospital in critical condition. the man was also transferred to stamford cisco general would not life threatening injuries. the third of injured and this is
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one of the suspects. one of the victims wrestled the gun from the suspect and shot him. he was also taken to the house vote with life- threatening injuries. we had a chance to talk to sam francisco police department this morning about what happened in the home. >> one of the victims and the house somehow got a hold of the gun and shot the suspect. his own gun. he is one of the persons in critical condition. we got a report that there were three people involved in the home invasion robbery. like i said one person was shot and has light burning injuries. the other two people got away. >> to of the three suspects are still outstanding at this point. the other part of this is that i said there were two children inside the home when the home invasion robbery went down. they are fine. there were no injuries
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to those two children, they were taken into protective custody. the question is why this house? this is kind of an industrial area and a lot of warehouses and businesses. this is a warehouse that was converted into an apartment apparently. white was targeted, police are not saying. they do believe that this was not random and that the suspects targeted this home. two victims of one suspect all at san francisco general hospital. >> another sitting that we are following out of san francisco, a man was shot and killed in san francisco's laurel heights neighborhood early this morning. gunsights were heard as shortly after midnight and 900 block of ellsworth street. police and fire crews on a man in his 20s with a gunshot wound to his chest and was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later. no suspects have been arrested.
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>> they will take a boat at noon, four hours from now, this is not a boat to strike this is a boat to give the leaders the right to call a strike. they usually give a three day heads up for the executives at the bart agency. we plan to go on strike, we obviously a monitor the situation. 400,000 people use bart transit every day. come monday, start making some back up plans just in case they call on friday to let us know on monday that there is a strike. have been bargaining and negotiating since april. they're nowhere close to a deal. the union represents 2000 employees. bart says this a big issue never came up until they did not get what they were looking for as far as the negotiation. all the sudden, that came
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up. the bart agency is offering a 1 percent increase over the next several years and pay raise. the bart unions are looking for a 5 percent pay raise. you can see the difference between those two sides. they will continue to work on this. the contract goes all the way until sunday. we will have to wait and see the next several days if the union will declare a strike. >> a on 9:00 a.m. as the time and we will be back with more and a couple of minutes. a live look at the approach to the bay bridge. we will be back with more whether and how spots in just a couple of minutes.
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>> stocks are higher in early trading on wall street boosted by good news. the dow has plunged by triple digits and three of the last four trading days. today we are positive, it is up 118 points a one 14,777. we will be back in a couple of minutes.
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>> 8:15 a.m. is the time and it is messy out there. you could see the clouds. the bay bridge backup is under heavy clouds. here is george with the hot spots. >> the east sure freeway is still very slow this morning. a 30 minute drive time from hercules down to berkeley. westbound interstate 580 had flooding
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this morning and a rich brown, make that eastbound 580. the left lane of our way was shut down for a while. the zero ran up off ramp on westbound highway 24 managed to back up the traffic all the way into walnut creek. we even have an accident at sycamore valley road. it is jamming up the ride in both directions through the san ramon and valley. earlier occurring accidents at the 380, 280 interchange as back up to 80 into daly city. 1 01 southbound is jammed from s f o all the way down to 92 and a bit beyond. across the bay we started with a hot spot at 880 southbound and fremont. it was at stevenson boulevard that a fatal accident for nearly two hours locked up all but one lane to the nimitz. we started to recover and now we are slow again. looking at the bridges, there is a stall on the bay bridge. the
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macarthur maze backup is almost 30 minutes coming from 580 and 24. the nimitz approach, 880 is also, a 20 minute drive. the rights of the golden gate is still a small one for 1 01 southbound. >> i noticed that all of the roadways are starting to dry up and your camera shots. still holding onto very cloudy conditions. storm tracker 4 shows a few stray showers out there and portions of san francisco downpour daly city. most of the wet weather activity is affecting 19th avenue and interstate 280 and highway 1 01. the nimitz freeway in
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castro valley and interstate five but the heat and light steady rain out there. this will continue to work its way east. we not releasing to much rain this morning for the south bay. a live look from our mt. tam cam, you can kind of make up the water droplets on the lands. very subtle weather will continue into the afternoon. future cast four is tracking for you into the 9:00 hour light rain in the north bay. as we set the clock into motion check out heavier rain expected for a santa rosa and petaluma. the yellow indicates the heavier rain out there. south of the bridge all they want to cloudy conditions. it looks like light showers will continue but will finally be out of here by 9:00 p.m. tonight. airport delays,
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about three hours and 40 minutes delayed and a lot of flights have been cancelled. 7 day around the bay on settled weather pretty much out of here after today. warmer weather, sunny weather on the way. we will be in the '90s for a long stretch of days stretching long into the weekend. the monday forecast, things will really heat up with temperatures approaching triple digits. >> and immigration reform bill that will allow millions a chance at citizenship has passed the u.s. senate. a purse grizzle step for the legislation. this reform which comes from a bipartisan and gain of eight is backed by the white house. helping lead to the bill's passage was an amendment calling for tightened security along the u.s.-mexico border requiring 20,000 additional border agents, 700 mi. of
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additional fencing, and more than $3 billion worth of technology upgrades. president obama says he wants to see it enacted before the end of this year. the legislation now heads to the house of representatives. >> president obama will focus its attention on climate change today. the president is expected to announce his plans to reduce carbon pollution. sunny committed to taking action on during his inauguration address in january. a recent survey from the p research center shows 42 percent of americans believe humans are causing the heart to get warmer. that is up from 36% in 2009. another 23 percent believe the earth is getting warmer but they believe it is the result of natural patterns. that is also up from 16% from 2009. >> and news from around the world, a major attack inside cobkabul afghanistan this
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morning right outside the presidential palace. president hamid karzai was meeting with reporters this morning when taliban suicide attackers blow up a car bomb embattled security forces after infiltrating one of the most secure areas of the capital. the palaces and a large fortified area of downtown double that also introduckabulo that also includs the u.s. embassy and the headquarters for thenato led coalition forces. the attackers were killed. elsewhere in the world south korea has issued a cyber attack alert. shortly after government web sites set down on the 63rd anniversary of the start of the korean war. officials are still best the getting was responsible. they say
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several government web sites and at least one meal web site in south korea went down. this comes bowling a cyber attack in march which caused tens of thousands of computers and servers to at south korean banks to shut down. >> and quick break as the kron4 morning news continues. a live look outside at mt. tam. more rain on the way and we will update you on your forecast.
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>>darya: will come back to the kron4 morning new spirit >>mark: a tokyo high court was upheld a lower--has
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upheld a lower court's ruling that samsung did not infringe on apple's patents for synchronizing music and data across devices. apple asked for $100 million in damages but the tokyo district court ruled >>darya: there is a new trend in hotel check out policies that many say is long overdue. hotels like " western " and " allola" are encouraging weekend
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only at denny's. >>darya: the time now is a 29. but that's-is a hot spot improving george? the g r >> were called to a southbound at 101 southbound
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are jammed up. and the case of 280, it is backed up from daly city to san bruno and in the case of 101 from san bruno down to hillsdale, extremely slow going. there was an accident at the 28380 interchange. into account for some of that's slowing. the bay bridge continues to deal with a big back up especially for the nimitz freeway and the macarthur maze. it is almost on lock down here at the bay bridge. there was a stall at incline section. it was halfway up on the right-hand side. that has pushed the back up all the way around the berkeley turf. and has pushed it into the macarthur maze. this 80 approach is now over 20 minutes to get into downtown san francisco. erica? >>erica: the rain is starting to push out of our area. this trend is very light in nature. a heavy drizzle. and this continues
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to shift its way east. really just a light rain out there you can see indicated by graeme on your screen. moderate to rain is out of here and is expected for the north pay later on this morning. as we take a look at rainfall, it just depends on where you are located. if we have seen up boards of a half inch to three-quarters of an inch for some spots in the north bay. we will walk you through futurecast for coming up at 845. james? j >>jacqueline: >>james: tomorrow is the day the supreme court will rule on a prop 8. the justices have three cases remaining, prop. 8 in defense of marriage act it being two of them.
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here are four possible outcomes from the supreme court ruling on sex marriage. the simplest outcome is that property is declared unconstitutional which means gay berry is legal nationwide. the second scenario. prop. 8 is rejected on more narrow grounds, which means gay marriages are legal only in california. the third outcome is that prop. 8 is a pill that will then take a voter initiative to overturn the proposition. and the fourth and final scenario, and the one and some court watchers consider most likely is this. the court rules that the group defending proposition 8 and a gadget had no legal standing to do so which means the lower court's ruling that prop. 8 is unconstitutional stands. keep it to appear to kron4 as we continue to follow the latest out of washington with the supreme court rulings. the prop 8 ruling comes down tomorrow morning just after seven. we will have team coverage comes after a disco and rock the bay area, including legal analyst on the ruling. we will also be provided updates on our 2470 the bay
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area news channel, kron4 joked, as well as our facebook and with their feet. >>mark: at a divided supreme court strikes down a key provision of the landmark " the voting rights act " this morning. in a 5 = 4 ruling the justices said a section of the act cannot be enforced until congress comes up with a new way of determining which states that require close federal monitoring of elections. the court did not strike down the advance approval requirements of the law that has been used open polling places to minority voters as 1965. the justices said that the law congress most recently renewed in 2006 relies on for your old data that does not reflect racial progress and changes in u.s.
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society. >>darya: developing story out of san francisco area where there it is been a lot that there's been a violent home innovation and the city's bayview district. to get more news faster, let's turn to what are so reporters kron4's jackie sissel. >>jackie: the man was a shocked. he was taken within not life-threatening injuries. the woman it was taking up with a life- threatening injuries. and another was shot. one of the victims' wrestled from the suspects, shooting him and sending him to the hospital also in critical condition. as i said, there were four people inside of this home when this commendation to place. two adults and two children. the two adults
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were sent to the hospital. the 2 children are fine and suffered no injuries. they haven't taken into protective custody. three suspects entered his home, one that suspect was up shot. at the other to manage to get away on foot. police are still looking into the suspects are. all they said is that there are two adult black males on the loose at this point. the other question is why this house. this is an industrial area. this is an apartment above a business apparently. police believe this house was targeted, but they will not say why. a very scary night for people out here in the bay view. a lot of questions and not a lot of answers at this point. >>darya: thanks a lot jacki. >>mark: bart union workers will vote later this morning whether or not to authorize
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a strike. bart management and bart workers are at odds about a series of issues. many are so serious, that some union members are predicting a strike could be just days away. one major issue focuses on overtime and management claims, that some workers are exploited the system. bart spokesperson aliceia troust explains what is happening and what hurts taxpayers prepar. >> >>mark: she says it is costing bart $30 million a year to pay out over time up money that could be going towards better use. >>darya: in oakland, two men suspected in a drive-by shooting that killed a three year old boy nearly two
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years ago are scheduled to be in court today. lawrence denard and willie torrence are accused in the murder of carlos nava. investigators believe denard, pictured on the left was the shooter and torrents of the alleged driver. it was back on august 8th of 2011 when nava was hit by bullets and a drive-by shooting in east oakland. two men were also injured in the gunfire. the judge would decide whether there is enough evidence for the case to go to trial. >> ladies and gentlemen leaders of the el g b t
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community. at the of the leaders and distinguished guests and our special guest today gallery jarrett. welcome and thank you for attending and being part of the celebration. this month brings the elegy bt community together to take pride in themselves and their many achievements. a gay and lesbian service members are integral to america's armed forces. their ranks include senior leaders like acting secretary who will be shortly. general tammy smith who last year became the first openly gay general officer in the united states military. our nation has always benefited from the service of gay and lesbian soldiers sailors, airmen and coast guard men and marines.
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now, they can serve openly with full honor and integrity and respect. and this makes our military and our nation stronger. much stronger. the department of defense is very proud of its contribution to our nation's security we are very proud of everything the gay and lesbian community have contributed and continue to contribute to with their service, we are moving closer to fulfilling the country's founding vision that all of us are created equal.
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occurring accidents on the westbound highway 24. it slowed the ride across rose m. still backing up traffic to walnut creek interchange. we are still sold through the san ramon valley with an accident. northbound right back up on the peninsula commute. we are slow from the airport down to hillsdale boulevard from mid peninsula ride 4101 southbound. at the bay bridge backups. now that they have cleared the stalled we're once again looking at 20 to 30 minutes of delays for the bay bridge. ira numbers coming out of the macarthur maze and the east shore freeway. --higher numbers. the golden gate bridge continues to
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move sloop smoothly. incident free on this bridge all morning long. erica? >>erica: we have more rain on the way. i do want to zoom in on storm tracker 4. parts of separate disco, dealing--san francisco. that will continue to work its way east. eventually hitting the macarthur maze and the east shore freeway. spotty rein in oakland and alameda parade that is the extent of it. perhaps, a few breaks of sunshine and down and the south bay. here is the wider view of satellite and radar. this is going to start to taper off as we head into the evening hours. futurecast for tracking timing for you. by 9:00, reigned primarily in the
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north bay, we could see pop- up showers for made peninsula. 12:00 hour, moderate to heavy rain in the north. as you can see, that will affect you north of the golden gate bridge and then at showery activity will still linger but start to taper off by later on tonight. another big story, delay is. according to the faa expect three hours delay is due to low visibility. that is at sfo. in terms of your extended forecast, certainly have warmer weather on the way. take a look at thursday and beyond. 90s in the forecast and by monday, starting the next workweek, looks like we are flirting with a triple digits.
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>>george: will come back to
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the kron4 morning news. a big backups. up to 30 minutes coming from the nimitz freeway. >>darya: the red panda back in the zoo after escaping a sunday night. maybe he was just looking around but either way rusty, a one- year-old red panda disappeared from the national as to. he it wasn't just moved to the sea. the news--and they say it was possible he climbed a tree and took off. they think it is more likely that someone kidnapped him.
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>>mark: coming up on the kron4 morning news. we are waiting one more day. not tomorrow is the day that the supreme court will issue a ruling on proposition 8 and the defense of america act. we will tell you what important rulings came down today though. a home invasion robberies. all three people are critical condition. we'll have the latest details and more on the investigation as one of the home owners was able to shoot the home invasion robbers. police are also searching the area of aaron hernandez. one week after his friend's body was found a mile away from his home. and we will return with an update of weather and traffic with the rain coming down. as the kron4 morning news continues stereotype.
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we're following on this tuesday, june 25th. the supreme court did not rule on the prop 8, but we now know when they will. >>darya:a violent night in san francisco. two separate shootings have left at least one person dead and three others injured. we are live at the scene of one of them and will bring you a live report. >>mark:bart union workers will vote this morning whether or not to authorize a strike. we'll take a look at how some workers are using the system. >>george: the 880 approach is a jammed. at a recent stall really slowed the metering lights. they have been sped up but it will take some time for this backup to clear. we continue to monitor delays especially here at the 92101 interchange. southbound freeway leading down the bay shore toward san mateo and
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hillsdale is a back up all the way to add sfo. >>erica: we are still dealing with showers. light rain awaits you and a pretty steady out there. this will continue eastward which means it will affect your interstate 80 ride and for those of you using the east shore freeway. sampras is contending with light rain. basically, the richmond district and the son said. it continues to shift its way through the center of the city and packed in plenty but not yet to toward those of you in north beach. we have some delays on a flight at sfo so certainly keep that in mind. as we take a look at the next couple of days. today will be unsettled, warm weather on the way as we head into tomorrow. big changes in your extended forecast. we will see triple digits later this week. i will tell you when and where that is expected coming up at 915.
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>>mark: following the latest with the supreme court now. tomorrow is the day the supreme court will rule on prop 8. the justices have three cases remaining, prop 8 and being two of them. and here are 4 possible outcomes from the supreme court ruling on same sex marriage. the simplest outcome is that prop 8 is declared unconstitional which means gay marriage is legal the second scenario. prop 8 is rejected on more narrow grounds, which mean gay marriages are legal *only in california the third outcome is that prop 8 is upheld and it will then take a voter initiatve to overturn the proposition. and the fourth and final scenario, and the one some court watchers consider most likely is this: the court rules that the group defending proposition eight had no legal standing to do so. which means the lower court's ruling stands and prop-8 is declared unconstitutional. and even if the supreme court ruling is clear-cut, there won't be any same sex weddings in
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california this month. high court rulings typically take 25 days before they're final. we will provide all update on our 247 bay area news channel on comcast 193 and got,, our facebook page and are twitter feet. >>mark:in boxing terms, that's a a divided supreme court strikes down a key provision of the landmark "voting rights act" this morning. in a 5-4 ruling the justices
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said a section of the act can *not be enforced until congress comes up with a new way of determining which states require close federal monitoring of elections. the court did not strike down the advance approval requirement of the law that has been used to open polling places to minority voters since 1965. the justices said that the law congress most recently renewed in 2006 relies on 40-year-old data that doesn't reflect racial progress and changes in u-s society. >>darya:developing story out of san francisco. where there's been a violent home invasion in the city's bayview district. to get you more news faster, let's turn to one of our solo reporters kron four's jackie sissel. >>jackie: what we do know is at 230 in the morning, three people, to parents and 1 children were awake and by suspect with weapons who fired them and striking two of the adults inside the home. a man and woman. apparently, the woman was taken to san francisco
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general hospital in critical condition. the man was taken with a not life threatening injuries. we are being told that one of the suspect was shot. according to the police, one of the victims turned the weapon on the suspect and strike him and sent him to the hospital in critical condition. we had a chance to talk to the public information officer from the police department earlier this morning and he describes what happened inside the house. >> one of the victims in the house that ahold of the gun and shot the suspect. his own gun. he is one of the persons in critical condition as well. we have reports that there were three possible-just three people involved in this home invasion robbery. the >>jackie: that is still the case. those other two suspects are outstanding
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still. not a lot of details but to adult black males running down elmira street. for people inside of the house when this invasion took place. 2 children were also inside and they were not injured which is good news. the other question is why this house. it was a day targeted house. according to police they believe it was not a random act. they believe the house was targeted with it would not go any further than that. they would not say why they believe that but as i said some six and a half hours this took place, they're still out there collecting evidence. >>mark:we are following the latest with bart. as the union will vote to strike today. kron four's will tran is live at the embarcadero bart station with more, hi will. >>will: this is just basically gives the readers should they pass this. the right to call a strike. if
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they do, they usually give a three day heads up. you can see behind me very busy 400,000 people rely on bart to get around the bay area. the transit authority's are already telling people to come up with a backup plan because monday there is a chance there could be a strike and you just never know because if you do call a strike it could happen as early as friday and that is why monday could be a hectic day to get around the bay area because all of the world will be called as well as a people in their cars tried to get around. at the heart is money. this is what part is saying. they were talking about money. they were talking about giving a 1 percent pay raise. the union culliver is looking for a 5 percent pay raise over the next several days. we got a chance to talk with bart riders. this is what they said. >> totally disparate as my
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commute. a major pain. >> i come from richmond and i will have to catch the bus. parking is too expensive and i would not want to drop. anywhere from $25 or up per day. hopefully they did not go on strike. >>mark: please consider the people. that is all i can say. >>gabe: there has not been a bart strike cents in 1977. there is a chance they could extend audit continue to negotiate a but you just never know. the bart a vote is at noon and we will let you know the results. back to you. >>mark: thanks for the update.
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>>james: new this morning-- americans' confidence in the economy rose to its highest level in more than five years last month. the conference board, a new york-based private research group, says its consumer confidence index jumped to a little over 81-point-4 in june from a 74-point- 3 in may. consumers' confidence in the economy is watched closely because consumer spending accounts for about 70- percent of u-s economic activity. >>darya: 909 is the time. let's get a look from our mount tam cam. definitely [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start. t-minus 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... ignition. [ male announcer ] launch your internet experience on at&t's newly expanded advanced digital network and connect more wi-fi-enabled devices at home. [ female announcer ] call to get u-verse high speed internet starting at $14.95 a month.
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>>mark:firefighters in colorado are hoping for a break in the strong winds that are hampering their efforts. nearly one thousand firefighters are battling a blaze that's stretched 117 square miles. winds have gusted to 50 miles an hour, limiting where tankers and helicopters can drop retardant and water. the wildfire is a combination of three fires in southwest colorado. no structures have been lost but hundreds of people were forced to evacuate. >>darya:president obama will focus his attention on climate change today. the president is expected to announce his plans to "reduce carbon pollution"-- something he committed to taking action on during his inauguration address in january.
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a recent survey from the pew research center shows 42-percent of americans believe human are causing the earth to get warmer. that's up from 36-percent in 2009. another 23-percent believe the earth is getting warmer, but they believe it's the result of natural patterns. that's also up -- from 16- percent from 2009. >>mark: a quick break as the kron4 morning news continues. we will get an update with our hot spots and continue to watch the weather.
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>>mark: >> george: welcome back to the kron4 morning news. we are tracking hot spot. the back up at the bay bridge. from the macarthur maze to the east shore freeway and from the nimitz. a 20 minute approach and a 30 minute approach coming out of the macarthur maze. the for the golden gate bridge, quietly moving just find both northbound and southbound on the span the zero northern marin is slow again leading down to central san rafael. drive times running over 35 minutes from 37 to the toll plaza. >>erica: that is where we are currently seen as
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showers and georgia. light rain but again, pretty steady. i want to resume manned to you can see entire southbound 101 ride. under very light rain. that will continue on to those taking the richmond san rafael bridge or continuing to the golden gate bridge at this hour. conditions as separate as go, the richmond district, the suss said, 19 light rain right now. futurecast 4 shows we are not done with shower activity adds. 10:00 hour, moderate to heavy rain expected. areas of orange
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including heavy rain approaching the north bay coast line. we will continue with the possible for some northern rain and after that, the rain will come down significantly. pretty scattered at best it looks like we will continue with unsettled weather even into the later evening hours. after that we look forward to drier conditions in the bay area. faa reporting flight delays now averaging 220 minutes due to poor visibility ride around the airport. keep that in mind. massive delays and that will continue into the evening hours. york said the forecast shows warmer weather definitely is on the way. we are talking '90s as it turned a corner into the weekend. temperatures will rise and
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we're talking about the possibility of triple digits. it >>james: a major attack inside kabul, afghanistan this presidential palace president hamid karzai was meeting with reporters this morning, when taliban suicide attackers blew up a car bomb and battled security forces after infiltrating one of the most secure areas of the capital. the attackers were killed. the palace is in a large fortified area of downtown kabul that also includes the u.s. embassy and the headquarters for the nato-led coalition forces. uc the plume of smoke building up from what was left from that car that the terrorists exploded. the attackers were killed in the incident this morning. also south korea has issued a cyberattack alert. shortly after government websites shut down on the 63rd anniversary of the start of the korean war. officials are still
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investigating who is responsible. they say several government websites and at least one media website in south korea were down. this comes following a cyber attack in march -- which prompted tens of thousands of computers and servers at south korean broadcast station and banks to shut down. >>mark:police are again searching the area near the home of new england patriots tight end aaron hernandez, a week after his friend's body was found about a mile away. some law enforcement officers wore wetsuits while searching near both hernandez's home and the industrial park where odin lloyd's body was found. lloyd was a 27-year-old semi-pro football player. his body was found june 17. lloyd's family says he was dating the sister of hernandez's fiancee. they say the two men were friends and were out together on the last night that lloyd was seen alive. >>darya:a federal judge approves a one- million- dollar settlement. in a lawsuit filed against the city of oakland and alameda county. the city of oakland will be
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paying for the actions of the o-p-d after 150 protestors were arrested and detained in 20-10 for denouncing what they considered the light sentencing of bart police johannes meheserle, who shot and killed 22 year old oscar grant. here is what one legal the settlement. >> this puts them on notice that we are going to watch them even closer to going forward. filed the suit will each get 9-thousand dollars each. any other protestor that files an approved claim will get 45- hundred to 5-thousand dollars a piece. the final approval for this hearing is set for september 9th. the four protestors that filed the suit will each get 9-thousand dollars each. any other protestor will get 45-hundred to 5- thousand dollars. the final approval for this
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hearing is set for september 9th. >>mark:more u.s. borrowers fell behind on their auto loan payments in the first fell behind on their auto have you seen this?e first seen what? this! [ female announcer ] introducing the new egg white delight mcmuffin. freshly grilled egg whites and creamy white cheddar. also available on any of your breakfast favorites. it's another new way... mm! that's good. [ female announcer ] ...to love mcdonald's. ♪
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>>darya:more trouble for paula deen. the celebrity chef lost an endorsement deal with smithfield foods -- the world's largest pork producer. it is the latest fallout from deen's admitted use of the n-word. pamela brown has the story. celebrity chef paul ladin is now bringing home a lot less of bacon. they announce a they will not renew her contract. now her endorsement deal has been at hand. >>mark: i want to apologize to everybody. >> reporter: she admitted she used the n word in the past. stemming from a ratio
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harassment lawsuit filed by a former employee. under oath an attorney asked thin deen. if she's a used a n word. she goes on to say she is used it on capp many occasions but does not understand the context. she has talked openly of her views are now slavery and race relations.--paula deen. >> i think a black people feel the same prejudice that white people feel. >> reporter: but another
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comment about a black employee has raised eyebrows. >> i have a young man and my life and he is a black. >> reporter: despite the backlash, supports is still flowing in from fans. several flocked to her restaurants over the weekend. some have even threatened to boycott the food network over her firing. >> she has apologized and i think people should take that for what it's worth. >> qvc may be dropping, wal- mart's. it seems like the food network started a domino effect for paula. >>mark: waiting for the back up and arrange to in her. here's a look at the bay bridge.
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>> george: still tracking hot spots. at a slower than usual traffic in marin county. late congestion likely due to ryan according to eric up where she said we just saw showers moving through. still looking at a back up at the bay bridge toll plaza here. it is improving but still over 20 minutes regardless of your approach. >>erica: it will be steady rain still exists in the north bay. really starting around santa rosa and lasting down to golden gate bridge. also seen shower activity for east bay shoreline for those of you of portions of san francisco. a live look
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outside from our mount tam cam. you can see sprinkles on the land out there. klay conditions and delays at sfo because of a low visibility. i will walk you through futurecast for and talk about a weekend warm-up coming up in just a few minutes. >>james: tomorrow is the day the supreme court will rule on the justices have three cases remaining, prop 8 and defense of marriage act being two of them. and here are 4 possible outcomes from the supreme court ruling on same sex the simplest outcome is that prop 8 is declared gay marriage is legal nationwide. the second scenario. prop 8 is rejected on more narrow grounds, which mean gay marriages are legal *only in california the third outcome is that
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prop 8 is upheld and it will then take a voter initiatve to overturn the proposition. and the fourth and final scenario, and the one some likely is this: the court rules that the group defending proposition eight had no legal standing to do so. which means the lower court's ruling that prop-8 is unconstitutional, stands. and even if the supreme court ruling is clear-cut, there won't be any same sex weddings in california this month. high court rulings typically take 25 days before they're final. the simplest outcome: propa knockdown, but not the end keep it tuned here to kron four as we continue to follow the latest out of washington with the supreme court rulings. the prop 8 ruling comes down tomorrow morning just after 7. we will have team coverage from san francisco and throughout the bay area, including legal anaylsts on the ruling. we will also be providing updates on our 24-seven bay area news channel, kron- four-dot-com, as well as our facebook and twitter feeds.
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>>mark:a divided supreme court strikes down a key provision of the landmark "voting rights act" this morning. in a 5-4 ruling the justices said a section of the act can *not be enforced until congress comes up with a new way of determining which states require close federal monitoring of elections. the court did not strike down the advance approval requirement of the law that has been used to open polling places to minority voters since 1965. the justices said that the law congress most recently renewed in 2006 relies on 40-year-old data that doesn't reflect racial progress and changes in u-s society. caught >>darya:developing story out of san francisco. where there's been a violent home invasion in the city's bayview district. let's turn to one of our solo reporters kron four's jackie sissel. >>jackie: investigators continued to collect evidence of here at this
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home renovation that left a three people shot including one suspect. according to the police department, around 230 this morning, they say four people were in the side of an apartment here on the 100 block of elmira. two adults and two children. they say at some point, three armed men entered that apartment and woke up of the four people inside. that apparently at some point a gun at shots were fired by the suspect striking at the two adults. one male and one female. at the female was taken to the general hospital with a life-threatening injuries. the male was taken to san francisco general hospital with a not a life- threatening injuries. the third person is believed to be one of the suspects. according to san francisco police officer who spoke with earlier this morning, they believe that somehow, one of the victims in this case got the gun away from the suspect and ultimately
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shot him sending him to the hospital also with critical injuries, life-threatening is what they're being described as. as i said, four people inside the home when this all took place. two adults and two children. the 2 children were not injured in this attack. they were taken to a local hospital just to be checked out, but they're going to be fined. the two other suspects in this case, got away on foot. and they're looking for them up. it described as to adults black males. other than that, no other description. a big question is why was this house target. police believe this was not a random act and believe in this house was targeted, but they're not giving any information on why they believe that. some seven hours after the incident, police investigators are still out there collecting evidence. >>darya: thank you jackie.
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>>james: we are following the latest with bart. as the union will vote on striking today. kron four's will tran reports from the embarcadero francisco. if bart employees do go on strike next month, it will not be the first time. back in 1997, workers walked off the job for 6- days creating a commute nightmare all across the bay area. >>will: bart employees, the unions representing more than 2000 employees say this is all about workers. they need to improve the conditions on the job. bart executives say that is not true and that they never talked about worker safety and still did not get what they were looking for in the contract negotiation and all of a sudden, the brink of worker safety. bart executives say let's face it, this is all about money. bart employees with a 5 percent pay raise and executives say all they can afford is a 1 percent raise. if they vote to pass to allow the rise asian to strike, usually in the past, the arts agency gets a three
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day heads up from the union that the plant to go on strike. at this will not happen suddenly. already, transportation authority's are warning people to plan for monday to have a back up plans. reporting from san francisco, will tran, kron 4 news. kron 4's charles clifford shows us what happened. >>charles: according to bart, during the 1997 strike scott's the average rider's commute time jumped from one hour to three hours. it also forced thousands of people to take their cars to work, creating traffic chaos. this is video of traffic at a standstill on the bay bridge. in san francisco,
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cars clogged the on ramps to the bridge for hours. the other transit agencies around the bay area tried to compensate by adding additional bus routes. this during the strike, the oakland alameda ferry, which carries people across san francisco, bay saw an %800 percent increase in the number of passengers. people frequently had to be turned away at the gate because the ferry's were full. ac transit's, which runs a bus route across the bay bridge saw it's rider ship go up by %500 percent. finally, keep in mind that in 1997 on the average week day 260 thousand people rode bart , in 2012 that number had risen 366 thousand people. in the news room, charles clifford kron 4 news. >>darya: 938 is the time. we
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will be back in just a minute. you can see up some clouds and some clearing and traffic looks like it is a rolling in that gesture of good in some spots. will be right back.
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>>james: new this morning. americans' confidence in the economy rose to its highest level in more than five years last month. the conference board, a new york-based private research confidence index jumped to a little over 81-point-4 in june from a 74-point- 3 in may. consumers' confidence in the economy is watched closely because consumer spending accounts for about 70- percent of u-s economic activity. the u-s postal service held its first job fair in 20 years yesterday at the main post office in san jose. they need 500 new postal workers-- 250 in san jose and the other half in the east bay. the temporary jobs pay 15- dollars an hour and could turn into permanent full time positions after a 30- to 90-day probationary period.
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>>mark: george: we haven't had any incidents of 101 southbound to account for late slowdown but the drive times are still nearly 40 minutes from a bottle down to golden gate bridge. we just. here to the bay bridge
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westbound, look at how we are still backed up. or write to the macarthur maze and put on the 880 approach. the back of all the way over to the toll plaza. fear of the san mateo bridge, conditions back to normal. those guys look threatening. now the good news and no delays on this band and no incidents. they have not yet opened up the third leg and the southbound direction but they are likely to in the next 50 minutes. let's head over to the weather center with one more check. here is erica. >>erica: still raining there petaluma and santa rosa. " just like trying to do with but we will certainly need
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your wind chill the wipers. at a great cloud the start today. a light rain began out of san francisco. this will continue to work its way east. faugh for today will be the last day of the unsettled weather in the bay area. we are looking forward to a warmer trend. take a look at this moderate to heavy train approached indicated by the yellow. that will impact the north bay coast line now. looks like heavy rain will be behind us but we will still be contending with a few pop
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up shoppers until 10:00 p.m. tonight. the faa as reporting delays on arriving flights averaging a three hours and 40 minutes. temperatures right now in los '60s climbing to made sixties to low 70's into the afternoon. your extended forecast shows a warmer weather definitely on the way. we will continue to warm things up sunday into monday. and by monday, the potential for a triple digits for the warmest and lynn spots. >>darya: fifth walnut creek. where some quick thinking neighbors helped save a man's life. this is video a neighbor took with her cellphone. dawn and ken tuttle say they had just gotten home from work, and noticed the smoke coming from their neighbors home. and called 9-1-1. and it was a good thing they
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did. the man inside had collapsed from the smoke and was unconscious. >> became a really quick. it took him awhile to get and because of was in the way. they went through the attic and the front door and they dragged him out. he was pretty burned. >>darya: the man inside the burning house -- suffered from minor burns and smoke inhalation. he was taken to a hospital. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>mark:on to bay area baseball. it was another rough night for the world champions. pablo sandoval back in the lineup after being out the last 14 games with left foot strain. bot 1st, scoreless ya-seal puig takes the 3rd pitch he sees from madison bumgarner and goes opposite field with it for his 7th home run in just his first 20 games 1-0 la bumgarner pitched 7 innings giving up 5 hits and 2 runs with 5 strikeouts top 2nd, 1-0 la
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giants tie it up - but suffer another injury on the play - andres torres doubles to left and joaquin arias comes around from first to hamstring and leaves game bot 8th, 1-1 tie puig again - this time with what would prove to be the game winning single to left off george kontos final: 3-1 dodgers giants drop to.500 and 4th place a quick update on center fielder angel pagan. he will need to have surgery on his torn hamstring and is expected to be out until mid september. pagan first hurt himself on a walk-off inside-the-park home run he hit back on may 25 against the colorado rockies and then re-injured himself last week running to first while playing for class-a san jose. the chicago blackhawks have won their fifth stanley cup. the boston bruins in front of their home crowd, up 2-1 in the game. and about to force a game 7 with 1:20 left. chicago scores 2 goals in 17 seconds to stun the boston crowd, and win the cup
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patrick kane came away with the conn smythe trophy as the mvp of the playoffs. chicago started this lockout shortened nhl season without a loss in the first 24 if >>darya:there is a new way to catch people in the bay area breaking the rules. kron 4's stanley roberts explains. in this edition of people behaving badly. >>stanley: you see if all the time grownup's riding bicycles in public sidewalks all around the bay area nats: why are you recording now normally if you complained to the police bey the time they would respond the bicylist would be well long gone nats ambiance but what if i told you there is a way that you can catch people behaving badly all you need is a camera and the internet nats: ambiance sfist a local bay area blog
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had created a sidewalk biking offender registry where you can snap images of people like this. yes all you need to do is see someone riding on the sidewalk and snap a photo and bam it's on the web this includes pocket bikes which are illegal on the street not to mention on a public sidewalk nats: ambiance the fact is it's really not that hard to find grown up people breaking the law riding on the sidewalk so i expect the registry and the map to be overflowing with photos of people all around the san francisco bay the reason why i keep repeating the words grown up is because if you are 13 and under you can ride on the sidewalk nats: ambiance will issues tickets and it could set you back about a 100 bucks however posting on the blog the police will not respond and write a ticket to the bicylist leave the sidewalk for pedestrians and people in wheelchairs there have been way too many injuries due to bike riding on sidewalks
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if you want to learn more about the sidewalk biking offender registry, log in to kron 4.com also you can post images on @kron4sroberts use the hastag #pbbonbikes and remember you're not a anything that might get you hurt in san francisco, stanley roberts, kron 4 news. ñó [ humming ]
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